Climbing Areas

Good day, fellow climbers! This page consists of all the climbing areas I’ve personally majorly chuffed, sent, flashed, onsighted, projected, and everything in between. There’s a mix of bouldering, multi-pitch, and sport climbing areas here. It’s constantly being updated as I am continually traveling.

CHECK IN LATER FOR ALL THE BETA YOU’LL NEED FOR THE CLIMBING AREAS LISTED BELOW. Until then…

Happy climbing!

Rocktown: La Fayette, Georgia

Despite the amazing climbing you’ll see here, Rocktown isn’t usually crowded. It’s the perfect alternative to the more populated Stone Fort bouldering. Click here on 10/31/2020 to learn more about what you can’t miss in Rocktown!

Red River Gorge: Slade, Kentucky

A heaven made up of the best sandstone sport climbing a climber could ever ask for! The Red is home to some of THE best sport climbing in the entire world. Overhanging, pumpy, endurance sandstone. What are you waiting for? This is probably my favorite spot to climb. There’s world-class trad climbing in the northern gorge and completely epic sport climbing in the southern gorge. Let me know when your trip to the Red will be; I’d love to climb with you!

Horse pens 40: Steele, Alabama

Known for some of the best bouldering in the world and super slopey topouts, I bring to you Horse Pens 40! This sees tons of traffic, as it not only hosts your bouldering fans but also three pretty popular competitions each year. Make time to visit this legendary bouldering spot, because why not? And all the cool kids are doing it.

Buttermilk Boulders: Bishop, California

Hueco Tanks: Hueco Tanks, Texas

Such rich history lies within Hueco Tanks State Park. Access can be a tad tricky if you plan for a trip here last minute. You MUST make reservations to climb anywhere in the state park. However, you do not need a guide to boulder in North Mountain. Click here to learn more!

New River Gorge: Fayetteville, West Virginia

High-quality routes: sport and bouldering! It has been said to be more technical than it’s northern neighbor, the Red River Gorge. The New is prime if you’re more of a well-seasoned climber. The prime season is in the fall, but you can definitely make it a fun summer destination by deep water soloing in Summersville Lake! Click here to learn more.

Red Rocks, Kraft boulders: Las Vegas, Nevada

Known for some of the best bouldering in the world and super slopey topouts, I bring to you Horse Pens 40! This sees tons of traffic, as it not only hosts your bouldering fans but also three pretty popular competitions each year. Make time to visit this legendary bouldering spot, because why not? And all the cool kids are doing it.

Monkeying around on the Monkey Bar Direct (V8).

Stone Fort (Little Rock City): Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee

The Box Recreational Area:
Socorro, New Mexico

Rumbling Bald:
Asheville, North Carolina

Potrero Chico:
Nuevo-Leon, Mexico (Hidalgo, Mexico)

Ten Sleep:
Ten Sleep, Wyoming

Spearfish Canyon:
Spearfish, South Dakota

Joe’s Valley:
Orangeville, UT

4 Comments

  1. Reply

    Don’t really climb much anymore. I’ve lived out west for a long time now, skiing, triathlon racing and backpacking in the mountains have been my thing lately. I miss those fun days hanging out at the crag with all my good friends!

    • Reply

      Well it’s good to hear that you’re still out there enjoying all that nature has to offer in some form or another. There’s plenty to keep you busy out west, that’s for sure! But, yes. Climbing does seem to always have this wonderful community that makes you feel welcome. That’s one of the things I love about climbing: no matter where we climb, there’s always awesome people! Happy traveling!

    • Reply

      Haha wow, that’s awesome! Do you climb much anymore? Lexington is a pretty cool city. I have stopped there for some coffee and to check out a brewery when I have time. I liked the West 6th Brewing Company a lot. Good vibe!

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